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Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH) is a benign lesion of breast composed of prolifereted stromal myofibroblastic cells. It is named due to presence of slit-like spaces without endothelial layer mimicing vascular structures. Most of the lesions detected incidentally in breast tissues resected with other causes. Occasionally it may presented as palpable or radiologically detectable mass. It may confused with malignancy or phylloides tumor in clinically or radiologically if it growsdoi:10.14235/bs.2016.1287 doaj:892d0ee947ae432597d317419f6e75f1 fatcat:f4sbejbxr5cptpxr2yrr63ii3m